"A terrific buy, the 3,000-case 2004 Gessami Blanco is an intriguing blend of 60% Muscat de Alexandria, 30% Sauvignon Blanc, and 10% Muscat de Fontignac that comes across like Spain's version of a white Hermitage, although it is lighter-bodied. Exotic waxy notes intermixed with notions of rose water, acacia flowers, and minerals jump from the glass of this medium-bodied white. It possesses a fruity, dry, intense, pure, spicy personality. The word "Gessami" originates from the Hebrew word for jasmine, but I did not detect that characteristic in the wine. Drink it over the next year."